Youth Voices

Here’s what we could find on the subject.

Meet Tilde Holm – Girls’ Globe Blogger from Sweden

Girls’ Globe is in New York City this week during the United Nations General Assembly – bringing young women from three different continents together to participate, provide live coverage and provide their perspectives on conversations related to the Sustainable Development Goals and the rights and health

Meet Zanele Mabaso – Girls’ Globe Blogger from South Africa

Girls’ Globe is in New York City this week during the United Nations General Assembly – bringing young women from three different continents together to participate, provide live coverage and provide their perspectives on conversations related to the Sustainable Development Goals and the rights and health

Close Up: Gender Equality in My Community

This week Girls’ Globe is in New York City during the United Nations General Assembly to report on the Sustainable Development Goals and the rights and health of women and girls. We are here to amplify the voices of young women and raise our own

Leveraging Social Media to Address the AIDS Epidemic

Yesterday, the Girls’ Globe team attended a session on how digital and social media champions are creating change around the world. The session covered practical ways that HIV/AIDS activists, thought leaders, people young and old can utilize social media to create more reach in their networks and

Youth and Family Planning: Include Us at the Table

Numerous topics regarding sexual advocacy and education, from contraceptive use to abortions, were discussed at the International Conference on Family Planning in late January. And while experts flew to Nusa Dua, Indonesia, from all over the world, there was one general consensus: world leaders must include youth in conversations

Let There Be Peace

How can we make good more violent than evil? A question posed by Rev. Canon Charles P. Gibbs, founding member of the United Religions Initiative, to the one hundred young people who were in attendance. More violent, Rev. Gibbs explained, in the sense that goodness begins to roar

Have You Seen My Rights?

This week, world leaders have come together to set targets on some of the world’s biggest issues. Have You Seen My Rights? is a global coalition of organisations that working together to make sure this happens. Launched this week during the UN General Assembly, Have You Seen My

Young Women, The Makers of Change By 2030

Originally published on The Huffington Post – Global Motherhood. This year my daughter will celebrate her first birthday. I became a mother last year for the first time, and it is the most beautiful gift and the most amazing adventure! Yet, having a daughter does

Women Inspire: Dr. Priscilla Joseph

This post is the fourth in a series of interviews from women and girls at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) in Georgetown, Guyana. I’m here in Georgetown, Guyana to conduct interviews with inspiring women and girls and to listen to their stories. Recently, I

Women Inspire: Kennesia Pellew

This post is the first in a series of interviews from women and girls at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) in Georgetown, Guyana. I’m here in Georgetown, Guyana to conduct interviews with inspiring women and girls and to listen to their stories. Last week,

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